RE: bug?: same file loaded multiple times
- Scott Graham wrote:
> They are in fact the same physical file, if that's what you mean. Normally,It seems the function that compares file names isn't working properly. I'll
> no matter how a file is opened I end up with only one buffer.
> 1^G on one buffer gives me: "D:\fifa\ps2\src\rm\rmplyr.c"
> 1^G on the other gives me: "\fifa\ps2\src\rm\rmplyr.c"
> But the second one is in fact on D:.. It looks like this needs to resolve
> more "fully"?
look into that.
> > I can understand that you would want to change the error listIt's not a matter of speed. What you see in the quickfix window is only part
> > by editing the quickfix window. But I don't see how this would work.
> Does that information really need to be stored? I used to use a similar
> thing implemented in macros/script functions that just did the equivalent of
> 'gf'. Are there cases for the error window where that information is too
> slow to parse out when the actual jump is requested?
of the information. The column number isn't there, for example. Also, after
jumping to an error, if you use ":cn", should it use the error list or the
contents of the quickfix window? To keep this consistent I insist on keeping
the contents of the quickfix window equal to the error list.
> In any case, it's not important, save and :cfile is a fine solution to theI'll add a remark to the docs.
> problem (though maybe a note to that effect in the docs?)
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